Sweet Corn

Nothing says summer like the taste of corn fresh from the fields: deliciously sweet, bursting with juice and flavor. Grill it, bake it, boil it...no matter how you choose to prepare it, it will be the highlight of your meal. Each year, we plant over 10 varieties of bicolored sweet corn, with strategically planned planting schedules for a continuous harvest from just after the Fourth of July to Labor Day. Our sweet corn varieties are not from GMO ( genetically modified organisms) seeds.

Pumpkins and Gourds

An annual fall favorite, our pumpkins range from beautiful dark orange jack-o-lantern varieties to just about every color and shape of heirloom pumpkins and gourds that make the perfect seasonal decorations. 


What is a pantry without onions? We love growing these kitchen staples, which are the basis of so many different meals. Currently, we grow yellow Spanish onions, red onions, and white onions. Our onions are planted by seed in March and April, the first seed to be planted on our farm each year. After months of careful attention and cultivation, the onions are ready to harvest in September. 

Winter Squash

A baking squash fills the house with sweetness, and its soft interior can be used for everything from mashed dishes to stuffing to pie. Try a new variety this year: big or small, smooth or bumpy, green or yellow, they’re all delicious! Try a new variety this year: Banana, Acorn, Spaghetti, Butternut, and Buttercup. They can be big, small, smooth or bumpy, green or yellow, they're all delicious.


It’s never been easier to prepare your house for fall. Our gourds bring out the best of the season, and enhance everything from table centerpieces to porch decorations. We grow a range of sizes and shapes so you can find just the right one to add to your fall rotation.

Cover Crops

J.I. Rodale, a pioneer in sustainable agriculture, one said; "Healthy Soil = Healthy People". Cover crops help our farm maintain soil health throughout the year by increasing organic matter, creating food for micro-organisms, combating soil compaction, and helping with weed suppression.